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  1. 1. The Connected Life Diane Cordell “#176 Ancestral Chains” by Caroline
  2. 2. @dmcordell wife mother librarian teacher editor reader writer learner traveler photographer friend grandmother “Self-portrait in mirror” by dmcordell
  3. 3. The Connected Life handout “Hand” by mnsc
  4. 4. “Frequently Asked Questions” by taberandrew
  5. 5. “globes” by tuppus
  6. 6. “Masterz of the Universe” by Brett L
  7. 7. “Social networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups. Although social networking is possible in is most popular online.” “Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks”
  8. 8. Created on Wordle
  9. 9. Site: Twitter Good for: conversations sharing resources “birds’ symphony” by supersum (off)
  10. 10. Site: Facebook Good for: conversations sharing resources “Vintage Portrait Picture” by Beverly & Pack
  11. 11. Site: Flickr Good for: curating & sharing photoss “Nature collage” by dmcordell
  12. 12. Site: Google Docs Good for: creation collaboration “Editing a paper” by Nic’s events
  13. 13. Site(s): Wordpress, Blogger Good for: creation reflection “Today is 1.11.11” by Randy Herbert
  14. 14. Site: Tumblr Good for: creation conversations “Tumbling Block up close” by drury girl
  15. 15. Site(s): Skype, GoogleHangout Good for: conversations collaboration “Graphic Conversation” by Marc Wathieu
  16. 16. Padlet 8yf33t9bxg
  17. 17. Social Media Update 2013 Pew Internet Find them online: staff administrators parents community members politicians Board of Education professional colleagues authors & illustrators publishers *students “Abstract decay on a concrete wall” by tanakawho
  18. 18. Next Advisor Social Media Infographic “Abstract background” by Vern Southern
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  21. 21. Snapchat Snapchat photoset by jessiecat_techie
  22. 22. New York City DOE: Student Social Media Guidelines Student_Social_Media_Guidelines_final_20131223.pdf
  23. 23. New York City DOE: Social Media Guidelines Why is the DOE issuing guidance regarding social media? “Social media technology offers many educational benefits. The DOE is issuing this guidance to provide recommended practices for employees to take advantage of this technology in a manner that encourages professionalism, responsibility, safety, and awareness. In addition, these Guidelines provide recommended best practices for employees who use social media for personal communications.” New York City DOE: Student Social Media Guidelines Student_Social_Media_Guidelines_final_20131223.pdf “The New York City Department of Education (DOE) works to provide all students with access to an education that prepares them to succeed in college and careers. Part of being a successful citizen is understanding that social media and digital communication are essential parts of our world today. It is important to recognize that access to information can result in tremendous advantages, but it can also create new responsibilities of which students should be aware.” “Particle Tree” by vanhookc
  24. 24. Caroly Foote @technolibrary FLICKR IMAGES FROM WHS
  25. 25. Cathy Nelson @cathyjo
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  27. 27. Shannon Miller @shannonmmiller
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  29. 29. Van Meter Library Resources Van Meter Technology Class Sites “abstract” by jonrob
  30. 30. How do I...? “Baby Sumatran Orangutan” by patriziasoliani
  31. 31. ...find Tweeters... #tlchat Education Hashtags http:// edhashtags.html 125 Librarians to Follow on Twitter blog/2013/01/22/125-librariansto-follow-on-twitter/ Twitter (a guide from Carolyn Foote) “Twitter Bird Sketch” by shawncampbell
  32. 32. ...manage information flow... “Twitter background” by dmcordell
  33. 33. my network? SLJ Summit 2013 dmcordell/10042842666/ SLJ Summit 2010 5107512000/ AASL Fall Forum 2012 “Security Patterns” by mandiberg
  34. 34. National Park Project “Glacier Bay” by dmcordell
  35. 35. Skype an Author List from Kate Messner “Skyping with Kenneth C. Davis” by mrsdkrebs 6842147523/
  36. 36. International Dot Day International Dot Day
  37. 37. “Grungy Polka Dots” by webtreats
  38. 38. Pinterest boards
  39. 39. Council Grove MS, KS “Class project, with help on Facebook, mushrooms into appreciation of Kansas” -The Wichita Eagle
  40. 40. “Northern Lights” by Image Editor
  41. 41. Sexting: Risky actions and overractions “Pro Juventute Aufklärungskampagne ‚Sexting’ Themenbild_09” by Pro Juventute
  42. 42. Research Findings: MARC 2011 Survey Grades 3-12 Elizabeth K . Englander, Bridgewater State University “Mock Shock” by
  43. 43. Character Education for the Digital Age Character-Education-for-the-Digital-Age.aspx “Beyond the wall” by Guiseppe Bognanni
  44. 44. “Creative Commons: There Are No Gray Areas” by Krissy.Venosdale Screenshot from Facebook 1/20/2014
  45. 45. Digital Citizenship Discussion Starter
  46. 46. Creating a positive digital footprint “Art Institute of Portland Portfolio Show” by Lulu Hoeller 3248694768/ VT High School Photography Student Exhibit
  47. 47. “365 2009” by JSFauxtaugraphy Hey, Im Joseph Stevenson... I'm 19 years old... I wouldnt mind being a comercial photographer someday, but It looks like i'll be an automotive engineer. Seems legit. This 365 I've been doing for the past year has helped me so much. It has kept me grounded when I was down, or off the walls. Whenever I needed something to cheer me up, I'll probably just look at a random day of the year, and remember that day and reminisce. I realize that these are the best years that anyone could have in their life. Well.. All I can say is that I love photography, love making friends, and love talking to people about things.
  48. 48. How the internet is kickstarting a teen poetry revolution “Sites such as Movellas and Wattpad are seeing huge numbers of teens writing, reading and sharing poetry.” The Guardian http:// “Fridge Poetry” by Still Burning “Many teenagers can be very self-conscious ... but with an account online, anyone can post poetry and let out emotions...” Movellas Wattpad
  49. 49. Fan Fiction
  50. 50. Youth Filmmaking Programs “SFETT08_19 by marco antonio torres Guthrie Center Reel Teen Film Festival
  51. 51. A Few Tips... “Tip Jar” by Dave Dugdale
  52. 52. Have an informative profile/about. Use a photo for your avatar. Facebook screenshots 1/23/14 Twitter screenshots 1/23/14
  53. 53. Start small. Don’t try to do everything. Keep it manageable. “Seedlings in peet pots” by Jackal of all trades
  54. 54. Ask questions. Engage in conversation. “Conversation” by Benson Kua
  55. 55. Understand and follow your district’s social networking policies, particularly when it comes to interacting with students. “Roped Off 1” by Creating Character
  56. 56. Take what you find & customize it for your own students, staff, library. One size rarely fits all! “Too Big” by Peter Gene
  57. 57. Use social networking to connect, collaborate, grow as a learner & professional. “Figures, Comcast Center” by dmcordell
  58. 58. “Learning to skate” by Saad Akhtar http://
  59. 59. Questions? “What are YOU looking at?” by Anne Davis 773
  60. 60. It’s all “real” NECC, San Antonio, TX 7/02/2008 CIL Washington, DC 4/08/2013 SLJ Summit, Austin, TX 9/29/2013
  61. 61. Champions of Change 11/21/2013 Carolyn Foote @technolibrary "As a Champion of Change, I’m going to champion one here. My challenge: make a commitment to get connected, if you aren’t already. Join the vibrant library community on Twitter or Google Plus. Most of us are singletons in our jobs. Join to learn new teaching ideas, discover new books, and better understand the tools your students use." Carolyn Foote, “Advice from a Changemaker: Let’s All Get Connected”
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  63. 63. Diane Cordell @dmcordell